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Pieces of Interest from COMP for the Week of January 23 – Embracing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity in Cancer Care: Starting at the Surface/Digital Chest X-ray Technique Improves Detection of Lung Lesions/LAST WEEK to Register for COMP Winter School

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  • Learn more about the gaps in education surrounding radiation-induced skin reactions amongst patients of different skin tones through the CWC-IDEA article in InterACTIONS.
  • Adding bone-suppression functions to digital chest x-ray exams can assist doctors with the detection of subtle pulmonary lesions, according to a research group in Japan.
  • There is ONE WEEK left to register for the virtual COMP Winter School!

Published on January 23, 2023

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